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Feeling For the Game: How Emotions Shape Listening in Peacebuilding Partnerships

Feeling For the Game: How Emotions Shape Listening in Peacebuilding Partnerships

Interpreting emotions are not considered relevant to being a competent peace building practitioner, but paying attention to it helps us to listen and identify obstacles.

Interview – Steven C. Roach

Interview – Steven C. Roach

Dr. Steven C. Roach discusses his research on theorizing emotional actions and the value of resilience in International Relations Theory.

Review – Emotions, Politics and War

Review – Emotions, Politics and War

This volume explores the nexus between emotions, world politics, and war and argues that IR debates should tackle the political dimensions of emotions.

Socio-Neuro-Biology and Prospects for Our Collective Global Future

Socio-Neuro-Biology and Prospects for Our Collective Global Future

The widening range of possibilities for neurochemical enhancement demands accompanying caution in their deployment, commercialisation and regulation.

Embracing Kindness: Transforming Difficult Emotions in IR Classroom

Embracing Kindness: Transforming Difficult Emotions in IR Classroom

By practicing compassion and kindness to ourselves, we can meet the suffering of others. This can enable us to connect to the meaning of studying and researching IR.

A Proposed Theory of Knowledge: Neuro-Rational Physicalism

A Proposed Theory of Knowledge: Neuro-Rational Physicalism

Comprehending that the ways we acquire knowledge are culturally mediated would be a profound step in softening rigid categories of “otherness” in our globalized world.

The Place of Emotion in International Relations Scholarship

The Place of Emotion in International Relations Scholarship

Scholars are paying more and more attention to emotion and affect. New developments in the field of neuroscience can accelerate the progress of emotion research in IR.

The Investigation of Emotion in Leadership

The Investigation of Emotion in Leadership

Insights from psychology can develop our understanding of IR. One example is the examination of emotion in decision making which can enhance our understanding of the roles and functions of leadership.

Review – Ontological Security in International Relations

Review – Ontological Security in International Relations

Steele’s well-researched book convincingly appends the field’s more materialist notions of security, but the merits lie as much with its novel conclusions as they do with the ideas it inspires.

Emotions in International Relations

Emotions in International Relations

The main theoretical approaches to IR have all built on emotional states: realists emphasize fear, institutionalists trust, Marxists greed, constructivists affect. But only recently have scholars sought to explore the effects of emotional states.

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